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Grand Opening Sale, Dec. 6 and 7, 1912
Demonstration of the Famous Detroit Jewel Stoves
Xo be Held by the
Ir vington Hardware & Implement Co.
In their New Store Building which is being Filled up with a New and Complete Line of
Hardware, Queensware, Enamelware, Cut Glass, Cutlery, Ranges, Heating,
and Cooking Stoves, also at this Time we will offer a Complete Line of
Christmas and Holiday Goods
8-Piece Kitchen Set Free
Besides making special stove prices during this sale, we will give an
8-Piece Kitchen Set, absolutely free with each Jewel stove or range sold.
The Kitchen Set is valued at 3.45 when sold at retail. Every piece in the
entire set is guaranteed for a term of year's. The set won't cost you a
cent if you buy a Jewel Stove during this Special Stove Sale.
In Making This Announcement
of this Opening Sale, we wish to thank our many friends and customers
for their liberal patronage in the past and earnestly solicit a continuance
of same. Pledging ourselves to give you the very best service possible.
We are now moving into our new and up-to-date( building and our facili
ties for serving you are the best that can be had and we are at your ser
vice at all times.-IRVINGTON HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT' CO. .
Mrs. L. B. Moremeu is In Branden
burg visiting Miss Mattie Lee More
men. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and
children, of Cloverport, are here for a
week's visit to their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Morrison.
Mrs. C. S. Board spent Thursday at
her old home "Saratoga Place" visit
ing her brother. Mr. K. L. Hendenou
and Mrs. Henderson.
Mrs. Jabez liaynes, of Union Star,
has returned home after visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Hook.
John R. Wimp spent the past week
In Hopklnsville visiting his daughter,
Miss Katharine Wimp, who is in school
Mrs. Bob Bell spent Thursday shop
ping in Louisville.
Miss Eva Payne is in Auburn for a
visit to the Rev. Mr. E. W. Graves and
Little Lewis Klrtley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Kirtley, fell from a
step ladder Thursday afternoon and
broke his leg being so young a child
his suffering is most pathetic,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Weaver and chil
dren, of Louisville, are visiting their
parents, Mr. und Mrs. Bate Washing
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hart, of Maceo,
spent several days of the past week
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hawes.
MisS Johnnie Moorman, of Glen Dean,
is visiting Miss Elizabeth Crider.
Mr. and Mrs. Potter will be Heard at
the School Chapel Fiiday evening, No
Mr. Garys, of the American Book
Co., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Tanner Friday afternoon.
Your school tax is now
due. If not paid be
fore December 1st, 6
per cent interest and
6 percent penalty will
Jesse C. Payne,
Mrs. Niram Willett, of Shelby ville,
is here at the bedside of her brother,
Mr. Albert Ashcraft, who is dangerous
ly ill of pneumonia and other compli
cations. Miss Eliza Piggott spent last week
end in Indianapolis visiting her aunt,
Mrs. R. N. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cain have
moved in from the country and are oc
cupying one of the Irvlngton Develop
ment Co's cottages.
Mr and Mrs. Chris McGhee, of
Brandenburg, spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McGhee.
Mrs. James S. Younger and little
Eudora Younger, ot West Point, have
returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs
R. B. McGlothlan
Miss May Wadlington and Mr Jim
mie Wadlington, of Rock Island, III.,
were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
James St. Clair, of Webster.
Mrs, Nannie Robertson, of Guston,
and Mrs. Joe Greene Anderson are
with Mrs Albert Ashcraft during Mr
Miss Aubyn Chinn, of Lexington,
was the pleasant week end guest of
Miss Viola Lewis.
Mrs M. K. Jones, of Lansing, Mich
igan is visiting her cousin, Miss Eva
The Rev. Mr. L K. May occupied
his pulpit at the Methodist church Sun
day morning. There was music by the
Mandolin Club, and a most pleasing
solo by Mrs.' Nora Board.
E. A. Reese entertained a party of
friends who enjoyed a hunt Friday and
Saturday bringing in a big bunch of
rabbits, but only a few birds ,
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Miss Mvrtle Moorman returned
Thursday from Louisville where she
had been visiting her brother, Ray
mond Moorman and wife.
B. S. Clarkson returned from Louis
The ladies of the Methodist church
met at the parsonage Wednesday and
spent the day. There were fift-nine
present. All spent a pleasant day and
had an abundance to eat.
Dr. and Mrs. Strother have returned
Herman , Barnett left Friday to be
gone two weeks.
Mrs. C B. Witt returned Thursday
from a visit to her father.
Miss Zelma Strother left Saturday for
a two weeks visit with friends at
Cecllian and Hodgenville.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams returned
to West Point Thursday after a visit to
her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. J H.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jefferies, of
Frankfort, were the guests of Mrs. C,
L. Ilardaway and Mrs. Charlie Scott
Mr. ana Mrs. 0. D. Ilardaway will
go to Owensboro this week to visit Dr.
and Mrs, Strother.
Miss Smith, of Guston, was the guett
of Miss Maggie Scott recently.
Miss Maggie Scott entertained with a
peanut party last Saturday evening.
All enjoyed the evening and hope to be
invited again before the peanuts are
all gone. "
Mrs. W. A. Hynes, son and daughter,
spent Monday and Tuesday with Miss
Blanch Jolly at Bewley ville.
Miss Mary Elanor Scott spent last
week at Vine Grove with her sister,
Mrs. Will Miller.
Miss Maggie Scott entertained Sat-
rurday evening in honor of the young
men of the neighborhood who leave
Dr. Strother, of Owensboro, came
Sunday and spent a few days with his
mother and sister.
Miss Leah Meador and Schuyler Mar
tin spent Sunday at Vine Grove.
Herman Barnett went to Louii ville
Friday for a few days.
G. F. Lewis, of Owensboro, State
Deputy M. W. A., spent several days
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams and
children, of West Point, came Thurs
day to spenu some time with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meador.
Chapman Moorman, of St. John, was
the guest of Strother Hynes Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Van Nelson spent sev
eral days in Louisville last week.
Lewis Clarkson came down from
Louisville lust Tuesday to vote and see
Mrs. J. M, Bcatty and daughter,
Miss Nora, were at Glen Dean rhurs
Misses Bessie and Lula Brumfleld, of
Sample, were the week end guests of
their sister, Mrs Eva Bryant.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beavin, of near
Owensboro, are guests of relatives
The party at Mr. Roby's Wednesday
night was well attended.
Miss Regina Long was at Cloverport
Thomas Fowler, of Brandenburg,
was the guest of Miss Minnie Sapp
Rev. Nelson, of Cloverport, who has
been called as pastor of the Baptist
church 'here, filled his appointment
Saturday and Sunday.
The oyster supper Thursday night
was well attended.
J. R. Meador, of Hardlnsburg, was
The sick are all improving.
Joy Beatty was the week end guest
of Miss Gona Lyons, of Hancock coun
ty. A large number of children took
their First Communion at St. Mary's
of the Woods Sunday.
The corn shredder Is in this neigh
borhood. A few farmers stripped tobacco this
The box supper here Friday night
was well attended. A neat little sum
was realized which will be used for the
benefit of the school,
Lindsey McGary'left Thursday for
Joy Beatty was In Hardlnsburg
J. M. Beatty and daughter, Miss
Hallie, were at Glen Dean Saturday
Miss Suda Bates, who has had a long
siege of typhoid fever, is very much
Sam Laslie has sold his property to
Mr. Eskridgo of Sample.
Miss Bertha Burdette died Tuesday
and was burled here Wednesday, She
leaves a large number of relatives and
friends to mourn for her,
There was a double wedding at the
Catholic church. The contracting par
ties were; Pat Mattingly and Eliza
Wheatley; Lawrence Payne and Leola
Miss CassleLong and brother, Bruce,
and Louis Carrico, of Hancock county,
spent several days last week at H. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Glvens, of West
Virginia, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Beavin, of near PellvHle, is a
guest at Mr. H. L. Paynes.
Joy Beatty spent a few days in Han
cock county as the guest of M(ss Gona
The dabce at Rafe Wheatley's Tues
day night was well attended.
Messrs. Eugene and Morris Newton,
of near Owensboro, are the guests of
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nlshes as good, meals as can be had in
many of the larger places. McQuady
is really growing notwithstanding the
Methodist Church Notes.
In the absence of the pastor, Mr. R.
B. Pierce will conduct prayer meeting
to-night. The reference ,word is
Bro. Walker will return from Camp
bellsville in time to conduct services
Thero was a noticeable increase in
attendance at Sunday school Sunday,,
and the largest offering for Missions
since April 1009. ,
McQuady On A Boom.
Two new stores at McQuady recently
opened are bringing a little more life
and enthusiasm to that town. The Mc
Qundy Supply Co., an incorporated
company with f OiOOO cash capital, has
opened for business and will carry a
general line of merchandise. J. M.
O'Brien is manager.
Chas. Bennett has moved there with
a line of groceries from Hltes Run.
Kennedy Bros, have taken over the
Askiha mill, Dr. Klncheloe is located
there from Hardlnsburg. Mrs, Chai.
I Lyons ts tietee at the Hotel and fur-
Tho m.fni. ..too nln.,.J - r -
puai.Ul. VTtlO piCiMBU LU SCO C&
number of stranger's in the congrega
tion Sunday morning. Come agafta, l
strangers always welcome. J" A
At the church Conference meeting
Wednesday night Mr. Bob Pierce was.
elected secretary and the minutes he'
took are of interest to every church
member. Those who were not there,
will surely not miss the Conference
next month. After reports were heard'
from every department, the commit-,
lees appointed were as follows:
Visiting "Committee Ira Behen, Miss
Louise Babbage, Miss Margaret Bum,
J. C. Nolte, Mrs. II. A, Oelze, Mrs. R.
B. Pierce. Welcome Committee C.W.
Moorman, R. B, Pierce, Mrs. V. G.
Babbage, Mrs. Francis M. Smith, Mis !:
.Lula Severs, Mrs. A. R. Fisher,
Mr. D, EI. Severs made a spleadW.
talk on the church finances and Brother
Walker conducted the meeting In n,
business way, handling it to the satis'
faction of all present,
The Clover Blossom Class will' m
Sunday afternoon, December 8 at 2 p.j
Every one Is requested to toil
something for the Orphan's Home'
rel at tk church Sunday morning,
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